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Discussion in 'Leeds United' started by ellandback, Oct 16, 2019.
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What do you mean I can't score!!......come back in 6 months, I'll show you.
How many will you bring to Elland Road?
Bamford says, I didn't know the Adams family were millwall fans.
No caption but that kid in the middle, Millwall and an ugly ginge, can only go one way for the poor luttle ****er.
millwall show off there new retards pen.
Steady on Gessa, thats gingerism, thats not acceptable in today's society
Bamford congratulates the young winners of Millwall's annual 'Count to 2' competition at the Asylum end.
Are you Bulgarian?
Bamford serenades the wally with get out of the sun, get out of the sun
"THEIR" "RETARDS ' ". Nothin' better to do at the moment so I thought I'd just correct some grammar. Could make a career of this on the Leeds' board.
Incorrect use of the possessive apostrophe there Roderick
Bamford gets confirmation of the average Millwall fan’s IQ
Where? Don't think so.
Am gratified to think that you actually read my posts,
YOU'RE RETARDS ? Is that OK then ?
It’s the way you constructed your sentence.
‘Could make a career out of this on the Leeds’ board’ which is incorrect.
If you’d written:
‘Could make a career out of this on Leeds’ board’ that would have been the correct use of the possessive apostrophe
wrong brissy, the apostrophe don't belong there, not after Leeds anyway.
"Could make a career out of this on the Leeds board".............this would be correct cos he's actually saying something.
Don't agree with the sentiment, but at least the grammar is correct.